RCom's committee of creditors to meet on Nov 20
Last week, Rcom Chairman Anil Ambani along with four directors had resigned from the company. The company posted a consolidated loss of Rs 30,142 crore for September 2019 quarter due to provisioning for liabilities after the Supreme Court ruling on statutory dues. This had marked the second highest loss posted by any Indian corporate till date.
Gear vendors panic over Vodafone Idea situation; Huawei, ZTE, Nokia exposure goes up with new wireline contracts
Although Ericsson, Nokia, Hu...
5G spectrum needs to be affordable: Nunzio Mirtillo, Ericsson
"If I should be in the shoes of the customer, obviously spectrum needs to be af...
Airtel to deploy Ericsson's 5G solution to boost network
Ericsson is one of Airtel's key network partners and the deployment of the 5G-ready Cloud packet core will help the telco in enhancing capacity at a time when the Indian telecom space is mostly driven by data consumption.
Ericsson, Huawei plan domestic 5G gear manufacturing
Telecom gear makers Ericsson and Huawei plan to start manufacturing of 5G radio products in India for domestic as well as export markets.
Ericsson to make 5G radio in India for domestic and global need
Ericsson's European rival Nokia has already been making 5G radios from its Chennai factory.
Telecom gear makers to feel the heat
Rajiv Sharma, the co-head of research at SBICap Securities, said all vendors would be affected except Samsung because telcos’ capital expenditure plan would take a back seat with the SC's ruling on adjusted gross revenue.
U.S. will cooperate with 'like-minded' nations on 5G networks: Donald Trump
Trump has held numerous calls with foreign leaders, including British Prime Minister Johnson in August, to urge them not to let Huawei use 5G networks.
Ericsson stresses early bird 5G advantage
India Insights Asia-Pac CTO urges India to expedite commercial trials to help build user cases.
Ericsson plans 18-month global leadership training for people managers
The programme, ‘Ericsson on the Move’, is aimed at properly conveying Ericsson’s “baseline leadership credos” such as being empathetic to all managers, said Priyanka Anand, head (people function), Southeast Asia, Oceania & India at Ericsson.
Huawei showcases 5G technology to top government official
A senior company executive said that the India business continues to be as usual since the government has so far not discouraged any telco to avoid its gear while Vodafone Idea has recently selected it as one of the two technology suppliers.
Telcos’ financial state may delay 5G: Industry Execs
Industry captains believe that the current financial health of the telecos in the country, arising due to poor sectoral health & the unpredictability of monetisation of the next-generation tech will make it difficult to roll-out 5G technology.
Communications key to socio-economic activity: Narendra Modi
"Communications holds a key to any field of social-economic activity. Technology-enabled tools are virtually enabling the pace of communications," Modi said.
India Mobile Congress invitation to Huawei not a nod for 5G play: DoT
IMC is a three-day conclave starting from Monday in New Delhi where telecom operators, and global equipment and handset makers will highlight their latest offerings.
Ericsson acquires Niche AI workforce for India centre
"We are looking at both organic hiring, one by one through recruitment off the market, as well as what you might call as inorganic, which is more through acquisitions and acquihires (acquiring only talents)," they said.
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